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unit 5 congress

congress is the head of whitch branch of government. legislative branch
what is the job of congress. make laws
our congrss is a bicameral congress. name the two parts of congress. house and senate
how many u.s. repersentstives are there altogether. 4
how many u.s. senators are there altogether. 100
what are powers not specifically written down in the constitution called. implied powers
an idea for a law is called. idea
what is a group of people who want the government to runa particular way and they try to get there members elected to government offices. political party
what are groups who support a particular cause and try to influence the legislators to vote a certain way on laws. interest group
what is it called when state legislatures draw their congressional districts maps to favor a certain party. gerrymandering
the number
Created by: angelgomez493